Harmanpreet Kaur Recalls How She Learnt To Cook In England

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Harmanpreet Kaur’s on cooking: The Indian T20I skipper Harmanpreet Kaur revealed she learned cooking which is an important life skill during her maiden stint with Lancashire in 2018.

In a conversation with ESPNCricinfo, Kaur who is a Punjab-based cricketer spoke about her cooking skills and disclosed how she wasn’t good at it. She further added that during her time in England, Australia’s Nicole Bolton taught her cooking.

“I am not at all good at cooking. I can’t even stand around in the kitchen much. Nor do I have much interest in it, to be honest,” she revealed.

Harmanpreet Kaur On Cooking, Reveals Favourite Dish And More

Kaur shared the apartment with Bolton during her stay in England during her debut season with Lancashire Thunder at the Kia Super League. The cricketer said that she would wait till 10 am for breakfast for the eateries to open while Bolton would make her own breakfast.

After some time, Bolton realised she couldn’t cook breakfast anymore. Hence, she taught Kaur a few dishes involving eggs. Kaur opined that it was really nice of Bolton to teach her a few recipes.

On her favourite dish, she said, “The dal that’s cooked at home is unmatchable, so that would be my pick for the best dish from the Bhullar household.”

Kaur currently stands at 2186 runs in 114 T20I matches with six half-centuries and a ton. Though she hasn’t been in the best of forms in recent times. This is because Kaur failed to get going in the one-off India vs England 2021 Test as she registered scores of 4 and 8.

More on Harmanpreet Kaur 

Harmanpreet Kaur niched herself as an explosive batter in white-ball cricket. She is among the leading women cricketers in the world. Kaur is also a recipient of the coveted Arjuna Award. She also has the record of being the first women’s cricketer from Indian to slam a century in the shortest format in international cricket.

She has played in 105 ODIs to date. In ODIs, Kaur has 2533 runs to her name with three centuries and 12 half-centuries. Kaur is an all-rounder who has got 29 and 25 wickets in T20Is and ODIs, respectively.

Kaur will play for Manchester Originals in The Hundred 2021 after the series against England.